How has your week been? As the September school holidays 2022 come to a close this weekend and Term 4 starts, hopefully you’ve had a chance to enjoy some family time too. Plus, this Saturday, 10 September, is also the Mid-Autumn Festival – so there’s plenty of reason to head out and enjoy some fun over the weekend of 10 and 11 September 2022 in Singapore.
What to Do This Weekend, 10 & 11 September 2022, in Singapore
Mid-Autumn Festival Outings to Gardens by the Bay and Jurong Lake Gardens
Soak in the festive vibes with Mid-autumn Festival outing this weekend. The light up at Gardens by the Bay takes places till Sunday, 11 September and kids also get to enter the Flower Dome for free in the evenings (t&cs appl7). Or go west and stop by Jurong Lake Gardens Lakeside Garden to view the many different lantern sets in the park, part of Lanterns by the Lake.
Atmospheric Parks for Lantern Walks
If you are thinking of getting away from the crowds and organising your own lantern walk, there are a couple of atmospheric parks that you may wish to consider. These have landscaped features that make them fun to enjoy. Check out some of our favourite parks for lantern walks.
Mid-Autumn Funtivities & PAW Patrol at City Square Mall
This weekend, 10 and 11 September, there will be a PAW Patrol Meet & Greet at City Square Mall. You can redeem a play session at a PAW Patrol Bouncy Castle too. In addition, enjoy some fun with traditional crafts and sweeten up the fun with Dragon Beard Candy. Redeem $10 CDL with a minimum spend too. Get the details here.
Pikachu Meet & Greet + Ticketing Promotions at Jewel
Pika, pika. Head down to Jewel Changi Airport, Level 4, near the Pokemon Center Singapore on 9, 10 and 11 September for a meet-and-greet with the electric type Pokemon. Get more details here.
While you are Jewel, you may also want to check out the Canopy Park promotion where there’s a 50% off an adult ticket with purchase of a child ticket and 20% off tickets to Changi Experience Studio.
MENTAL: Colours of Well-Being
ArtScience Museum’s latest exhibition – MENTAL: Colours of Well-being is dedicated to mental health, welcoming all to an interactive playground with 24 exhibits by international and local artists. Get more details about MENTAL: Colours of Well-being.
A Minion’s Perspective
Based on the Despicable Me franchise, the 1,400 square metre exhibition features eight themed rooms where you can immerse yourself into the world of the minions. Explore Gru’s lab, the Girl’s Room and Minions Zone. Find out more about this interactive exhibition.